4 August 2020
How can we move towards cleaner, greener and smarter forms of growth in the aftermath of the current crisis?
3 August 2020
Can health technology foster greater resilience in our health care systems? What lessons have we learned from the covid-19 pandemic about the role of technology in healthcare provision?
30 July 2020
What can we learn from the way that government decision making has sometime posed economics and public health against each other? How can decision-makers consider economic and health outcomes holistically? What can we learn from the different approaches taken by governments to contain covid-19 while minimizing economic impact?
29 July 2020
As part of our 2020 virtual annual conference we asked: How can we accelerate innovation? What can we learn from efforts to accelerate innovation during the covid-19 pandemic?
28 July 2020
As part of our podcast series on science, policy and pandemics, we explored the economic, food security, and health systems impacts of covid-19 in India.
20 July 2020
In the final episode of our series on Science, Policy & Pandemics, Dr Rob Doubleday asks: What have we learned about the origins and responses to Covid-19, and how can we prepare for the next pandemic?
16 July 2020
In the 16th episode of our series on science, policy and pandemics, we explored our how public health understandings of cities, and broader understandings of how people live in cities, are being highlighted and challenged by our current experience of the covid-19 pandemic.
3 July 2020
UCL has been awarded almost £4m by Research England to explore ways of improving academic-policy engagement, through the creation of Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE), in partnership with the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Nottingham and Northumbria, as well as Parliament, Government and policy organisations.
30 June 2020
What societal factors allow organised crime to flourish? What do we know about the roots of organised crime and how people end up at risk of becoming involved in these forms of criminal activity?
26 June 2020
In the fourteenth episode of our series on Science, Policy and Pandemics, we explored the subject of vaccines and immunology. We heard three different perspectives on our current understanding of the immunology and of vaccines under development; challenges involved in vaccine distribution, and insights we’ve gained about innovation and knowledge exchange throughout the vaccine development process.